Amaryllis Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to say, we didn't swim for long! We had some nice cool melon during the morning and I also had a refreshingly cold beer. The afternoon comprised of writing a couple of missed journal entries and an amazing lunch. I went for pizza and Lisa had a Greek prawn dish. They were both very well made and tasty as anything. I think we have found a great restaurant here. After lunch we went for a short walk to the end of ...
... a lot smaller and shopping is limited. But we walked around town all evening, stopping for a delicious brownie crêpe to share. We took the taxi back to our resort and parted our ways for bed. I had a shower before I went to sleep and I'll never forget the grossness of the bathrooms. Apparently soap isn't a thing in Ios! Air conditioning is five euros a day, so we decided not to get it. Luckily our place cooled off at night and getting into bed was ...
... it) and pizza to their hotel room. We sat in the hot tub on their balcony, ate pizza, drank wine and watched the sunset. It really doesn't get any better than that. Afterwards Gabby and I took the bus back to our hotel. As we packed up our clothes tonight we were so sad to leave Santorini. It's such a nice tropical island. We knew that our next hotels we stay in are a little bit sketch. We both had nice long hot showers in our clean bathroom before heading to ...
That night we went to a restaurant on the beach. Perhaps the most amazing thing about the whole escapade was the walk from our hotel. There were mini sand storms and, let me tell you, sand hurts. It felt like tiny pieces of glass cutting into your skin. On top of that you feel like a punching bag as the wind plays around with you-you can't walk straight but there is something exciting about that. You are not completely in control so you either freak out ...
... not completely legal, nude beaches are apparently quite common in Greece. Luckily for all of us, we were anchored far enough from shore that we could not make out too many "details." But the kids certainly got a good chuckle out of it.
After spending a couple of hours splashing around in the cove, we found a quiet harbor in a tiny village on the east side of the island called Piso Livadi to dock and spend the night. This allowed the ...